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‘Dallas’ Icon Linda Gray Lists A. Quincy Jones-Designed California Compound

In 1971, Linda Gray, then a successful TV commercial actress (she eventually appeared in more than 400 TV ads), and her husband Ed Thrasher, then the art director for Warner Bros. Records, who designed album covers for seminal bands of the era — including The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Grateful Dead and The Doobie Brothers — […]

‘Terms of Endearment’: Theater Review

Molly Ringwald plays the role that won Shirley MacLaine an Oscar in this off-Broadway stage version of the 1983 James L. Brooks film based on Larry McMurtry's novel.

Linda Gray to Guest Star in CW’s ‘Significant Mother’ (Exclusive)

She'll play mother to Krista Allen's Lydia.

‘Dallas’ Star Patrick Duffy on Learning Who Shot J.R.: ‘My Jaw Dropped’

"I never in my strangest imagination would have manipulated the facts to be that resolution," the actor tells THR.

‘Dallas’ at PaleyFest: ‘Who Shot J.R.?’ Will Be Resolved This Season

The cast and producers remembered their late co-star Larry Hagman at Sunday's event and revealed many upcoming teasers, including the return of several familiar faces.

Linda Gray’s Final Deathbed Conversation With Larry Hagman

His "Dallas" co-star and on-screen wife tells THR she hoped his new car would keep him alive: "You can't die until you drive the Tesla." Also: Barbara Eden remembers her "I Dream of Jeannie" co-star.

Remembering J.R. Ewing, Television’s Greatest Villain: A Tribute to Larry Hagman

A THR editor and "Dallas" devotee tries to reconcile the man with the despicable character he played.

‘Dallas’ Debut Boosts Ratings for U.K.’s Channel 5

With 2.9 million viewers and a share of 13.1 percent, the reboot of the 1980s hit show nearly doubled the network's average share.

‘Dallas’ Finale Postmortem: Patrick Duffy on the Shocking Conclusion and What’s Next (Video)

In an interview with THR, Duffy and co-star Linda Gray sound off on the “historically correct” ending to season one.